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Russian author, essayist, and translator. Born on 30th January, 1887 near Kiev, died on 28th December in Moscow.
Agata Miklaszewska is a novelist and author of librettos
Film director, screenwriter, producer, poet, novelist, painter, and theatre and opera director. His artistic journey is truly characterised by diversity.
A writer and journalist; his preoccupation with illness has earned him the name of the top hypochondriac of Polish literature.
Writer who combined the conventional historical novel with psychological narrative to achieve a brand new type of a story about the past.
A writer,poet, novelist, playwright, and translator; his style was marked by bold prose and deliberate, self-extolling tone that cried out for recognition.
A writer whose first volume concentrated on philosophical and aesthetic spheres of life and the sociology of poverty. He has been accused of distorting history.
A poet, novelist, essayist, translator; he belonged to the generation who was deeply affected by the war and antiwar sentiment was often expressed in his work.
Novelist, short story writer, journalist. Nobel Prize laureate in 1924. His books give a truly kaleidoscopic view of the Polish society of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Painter, illustrator, photographer, playwright, novelist, philosopher, art theorist, and critic; member of the first-ever Polish group of avant-garde artists known as the Formists.
Poet, novelist, essayist and translator. Winner of the 1980 Nobel Prize for Literature. His poems are known for their depth and metaphysical aspects.
This novelist and essayist, whose work was translated into many languages won many awards: the Jurzykowski, the Prato-Europa and Ignatio Silone Prizes.
A novelist and short-story writer, poet, playwright and essayist who has won many prestigious literary awards and is the author of more than twenty books.
One of the most prolific post-war authors in Poland, a master of minor narrative forms, and a pioneer of Polish "dirty realism".
A poet, novelist, literary critic, and authority on and translator of Serbo-Croatian literature, he is one of the outstanding and most durable exponents of the "New Wave" poetry of the 1970s.
A poet, novelist, columnist, editor at "Odra" in Wrocław, and a collaborator with the Kalambur Theatre, she has won the Piętak, Kościelski, City of Wrocław, and Ministry of Art and Culture Prizes.
She studied at Marie Curie-Skłodowska University and graduated from the Screenwriting Studium at the State Film School. She writes poetry, novels, short stories, radio dramas and plays.
A novelist and writer of short stories, literary sketches and children's books. He is regarded as part of the "Twórczość" group - writers favoring avant-garde works "in language."
A novelist and author of a volume of verse, he has found enormous success as a writer and been honored with many prestigious awards.
A literary artist of great talents, a novelist and a literary critic who has a doctorate in German literature. An eminent authority on the work of Thomas Mann.